4 Ways to Have the Best Happy, Healthy Cat Month, and Beyond

September can traditionally be a busy month. With summer coming to an end and back-to-school season in full swing, there seems to always be something on the calendar. For cat owners, September is also Happy, Healthy Cat Month. While you’re trading in beach towels for bag lunches, don’t forget to go the extra mile for your feline friends and show them how much they mean to you.

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40 Acts of Service Ideas

Whether it’s reminding your loved ones just how loved they are or doing that chore they’re not a fan of, you’d be surprised by the impact you can make on someone’s day. The best part is, it doesn’t cost you much at all aside from a little time. Plus, seeing someone you love smile will be well worth it. Check out this collection of acts of service ideas and share them with your loved ones.

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Keep Families and Homes Healthy with a Sparkling Kitchen

Parents will do anything to keep their families safe and healthy. The kitchen countertop is that one part of the home where a lot of activities take place. It also gets dirty the quickest. This is why it’s vital to keep countertops clean to prevent them from harboring germs, viruses and bacteria that are harmful to you and your family’s health.

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What Moms Need to Know About Summer Nutrition for Kids

Moms, nutritionists and pediatricians alike know active kids and developing bones and muscles need essential nutrients to grow strong, but The Dietary Guidelines for Americans say most Americans, including children, actually aren’t getting enough fiber, calcium, vitamin D and potassium in their diets.

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5 Tips for Protecting You and Your Child from UV Rays

Sand and sun, the summer has begun! It’s time to break out your swimsuits, but watch out because the warm sunny weather can also be dangerous to your skin. Recent research suggests that children who experience sunburn at an early age are more than twice as likely to develop melanoma later in life. Here are some tips to protect you and your little ones while splashing in the pool or wading in the ocean.

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7 High Blood Pressure Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore

Hypertension is generally a chronic condition that can either result directly from other health conditions or may develop gradually over time. In some cases, it can also be hereditary in nature. So, it is imperative to get tested at regular intervals and take appropriate medical consultation for hypertension.

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There’s More to Your Morning Cup of Joe: Caffeine’s Surprising Beauty Benefits

So save those coffee grounds and enjoy your morning cup, there’s more to coffee than just the taste and pick-me up! By incorporating caffeine into your daily beauty routine you can improve both cognition and body systems, and look gorgeous while doing it.

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Still Waiting… (Part 3 of 3 in the “A Day in the Life of an IVF Patient’ series)

The wait for our miracles morphed into three years and hundreds of needles, monitoring appointments, a surgery, procedures, negative pregnancy tests, and finally one positive test. We spent what seems like years in waiting and exam rooms, staring at the posters of perfectly posed newborns decorating the walls, trying our best to make jokes and enjoy the time together.

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6 Cleaning Hacks That Will Make Your Life Easier

Cleaning is just. so. fun. I get that there are people out there who do enjoy it, and that’s cool, but I’m not one of them. There are a million other things I’d rather be doing. Fortunately, I’ve come across some clever little cleaning hacks that will make getting the room spic and span much simpler. Here are six cleaning hacks that will make your life easier.

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